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Yes. As we all know, secrets are best bept safe inside a computer. Even more so when you physically throw the computer at your enemies.
Who cares about emojis? 7.1 has major glitches that needed to be addressed.
Well it's kinda tough to organize a riot from 30 miles outside Tulsa.
Conspiracy? (5300 people don't commit the same fraud coincidentally)
Speaking of fraud...Fraud?
Six people eating powdered cheese and tuna in an airtight container is a recipe for conflict
The video is somewhat anti-climactic, but there ya go.
Do they have an SD card slot?
Is the battery user replaceable?
Do they use a standard USB charging cable?
Make yourself so valuable that they don't have a choice. How?
Work for a small company.
Be highly specialized.
Be very good at what you do.
Basically put yourself in a position to make demands.
"It's a bit creepy to see all the photos that Google still has on tap, including many that I've since deleted on my phone."
Yeah, it's weird how when you delete files from one computer, they don't get deleted from all the other computers in the world.
Please tell us you're being brilliantly sarcastic.
These DDOS attacks wouldn't be possible without a horde of infected slave computers. If black hat hackers can control these botnets, what prevents the white hats from controlling them too and disabling them?
For all the detail in this article, it would be nice to see some mention of power transistors. Advances in power devices necessarily go hand in hand with advances in CMOS, but it's a field that's often overlooked. Maybe chapter two?
Go home everybody. Nothing to see here.
Come on little gamma ray
Standin' in a hurricane
As far as we know, our computer has never had an undetected error. -- Weisert